Glastonbury Festival needs no introduction. Everyone has heard of Glastonbury and everyone wants a ticket. Nobody wants to miss out on the chance to spend five hedonistic days partying, come rain or mud, on the famous Worthy Farm.
Glastonbury Festival 2014 sold out in record time (one hour and twenty-seven minutes if you must know) back in October 2013. With more than a million people registered for the festival and only 120,000 tickets available, I’d say I was lucky to get my hands on a ticket.
I decided to take my compact camera rather than my DSLR so I could balance shooting some photography with the freedom to let loose and enjoy the festival.
Before I share some of the photographs I shot, I thought I’d share this picture my girlfriend took of me admiring a ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’ artwork in Shangri La Hell at Glastonbury Festival 2014.
There are so many great things to see and enjoy at Glastonbury and the atmosphere, even in the rain and mud, was unlike anything I’ve ever experienced. If you’ve never been to Glastonbury Festival before I recommend you try your best to get tickets next year. Trust me, you won’t regret it!
Below I’ve put together a small selection of photographs from Glastonbury Festival for you to enjoy and share with your friends and followers.
Glastonbury Festival 2014 Gallery
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